What can I say? This creature mesmerised me…and almost got me questioned by the staff at the Hardware/Nursey place.
I have no idea what type of dragonfly she is.(she? Yes…well usually the females in insects are bigger than the males!This one was HUGE at approxiamtely 4 inches from eyes to tip of tail….)
I am entering this in the "Upclose and Spineless Photographic competition " run by the Australian Museum.
I have discovered it is called a “T-Mark” Emerald Dragonfly. You can see the T mark clearly on his nose.